Attention anime fans! Get ready to mark your calendars because an exciting new series is about to make its television premiere. ‘365 Days to the Wedding’ is an upcoming anime series that promises to captivate viewers with its unique story and vibrant animation.
The show revolves around the life of a young couple, Hiro and Sakura, who are given just one year to prepare for their dream wedding. As they navigate through the ups and downs of wedding planning, the series explores their journey filled with love, laughter, and a few unexpected twists along the way.
With its relatable characters, heartwarming moments, and a touch of romance, ‘365 Days to the Wedding’ is set to be a delightful addition to the anime genre. So, grab your popcorn, gather your fellow anime enthusiasts, and get ready to embark on a memorable journey with Hiro and Sakura as their love story unfolds.
Make sure to tune in to the TV premiere of ‘365 Days to the Wedding’ and prepare to be enchanted by this delightful anime series.
The official Twitter account for the anime adaptation of Tamiki Wakaki’s manga “365 Days to the Wedding” (Kekkon Surutte, Hontō Desu ka?: 365 Days to the Wedding) announced on Friday that the TV broadcast of the anime has been confirmed. The manga, licensed by Seven Seas, follows the story of Takuya and Rika, colleagues at a Tokyo travel agency.
Although they are both single and content with their introverted lives, their workplace is considering a transfer to Siberia, prioritizing unmarried employees. Desperate to avoid the relocation, Rika proposes an idea to Takuya: they can pretend to be married for a year, allowing them to stay in Tokyo.
The catch is that they barely know each other. Can this fabricated relationship between two reserved coworkers evolve into something genuine? Wakaki began serializing the manga in Shogakukan’s Weekly Big Comic Spirits magazine in March 2020.
The manga will conclude with its 11th volume, scheduled to be released on July 12. Additionally, a live-action adaptation of the manga premiered in October 2022.
Source | 365 Days to the Wedding anime’s Twitter account